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Papers

Box 1

Photograph of Guy Endore. July 3, 1946 (mailed)

Box 1

Correspondence. 1958-1959

Physical Description: (3 items)
Box 27

Doodles and ephemera re Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (5 items)
Box 29

Miscellaneous notes by Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (8 items, holograph)
Box 18

Endore, Guy. Talk to Dr. Powell's class in the Library School, Los Angeles. Thursday morning. December 15, 1960

Physical Description: (9 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections in red ink and pencil)
Box 25

Endore, Guy. Interview. Los Angeles. 1961-1962

Physical Description: (5 reels [7 in.] 3.75 in. per sec. Tape. 11 hours on two tracks)

Note

This tape was made by Mrs. Elizabeth I. Dixon under the auspices of the Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles.

Note

The contents of Box 25 have been transferred to UCLA University Archives, Record Series 507 , Box 26. The material is restricted -- “No quotation, publication or reproduction without written permission of legal heir.”
Box 25

-- ----. (Unedited tapescript). Los Angeles. 1962

Physical Description: (306 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

(For the final edited version, see Collection 300: California, University, Los Angeles. Oral History Program)

Note

The contents of Box 25 have been transferred to UCLA University Archives, Record Series 507  , Box 26. The material is restricted -- “No quotation, publication or reproduction without written permission of legal heir.”
Box 41

Daily journal(?). n.p. 1949-1952

Physical Description: (15 leaves, typescript)
Box 45

Notes. English 131. Professor Nevius. UCLA(?) Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (18 leaves Holograph. Pages have been torn from a notebook)
Box 48

Guy Endore, doodler. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 21

Endore, Guy. Typescript with holograph corrections in red ink. Friday, May 25, 1962

Physical Description: (20 leaves, 36 cm.)

Scope and Content Note

From a talk given by the author before the graduating class of the School of Library Service, University of California, Los Angeles.

Note

Inscribed, “For Lawrence Clark Powell, chairman of the department of Library Service, UCLA. Dear Larry, here it is. October 15, 1962.”
Box 99

Manuscripts, Fleishman correspondence, Fan mail, etc.

Note

Addition, June 5, 1990
 

Manuscripts by Guy Endore

Box 11, 39, 93, 95, 96, 98

Autobiographical Materials. 1949-1955 and undated

Box 11

Notes. July 24, 1949-June 1955

Physical Description: (Typescript with holograph corrections, iregular pagination. 17 reels microfilm)
Box 39

Autobiography(?). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.2-68, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 93

Untitled manuscript - autobiography[?]. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (217pp., typescript carbon with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

re Sammy Gordon.
Box 93

Untitled manuscript - autobiography[?]. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (200 leaves, Holograph and typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Manuscript pages.
Box 95

Endore's autobiography.

Physical Description: (6 reels microfilm)
Box 96

Autobiography and unidentified.

Physical Description: (6 reels microfilm)
Box 98

Autobiography.

Physical Description: (5 reels microfilm)
Box 39

As I remember and later knew Isador Goldstein. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39, 67

Babouk. n.p. undated

Note

See also Box 97.
Box 39

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (204 leaves)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Stage adaptation by Lester Fuller. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (138 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (106 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 39

Background of a forthcoming novel. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (9 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With Endore's note, Lecture University of Southern California Librarians on Sade novel.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Background of a forthcoming novel. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

Also, a variant copy with holograph corrections (8 leaves, typescript).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Background of a forthcoming novel. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (21 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 11

Battle of the Philosophers.

Physical Description: (Typescript and mimeographed with corrections. 1 reel, negative)

Note

See also Box 97
Box 39

The Beauty of a One-Dollar Bill. Los Angeles. 1969

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Reproduction of typescript.

Physical Description: (37 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy and letter of transmittal, George Willner to Guy Endore, Los Angeles, August 13, 1969.
Box 39

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (14 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

Also, variant copy (Reproduction) with holograph corrections (14 leaves).
Box 20, 22, 54, 67

The Best of Dumas. Los Angeles. 1961-1962

Scope and Content Note

Also, related materials.

Note

[Published, New York: Doubleday, Spring 1962]
Box 20

Typescript with copious corrections on paper. 1961

Physical Description: (583 leaves, 35 cm. in length and 27.5 cm. in width)
Box 22

Typescript from which type was set. n.p. 1961

Physical Description: (599 leaves, typescript with corrections, some holograph)
Box 22

Galley proofs. 1962

Physical Description: (152 sheets)
Box 22

Page proofs. 1962

Physical Description: (469pp.)
Box 54

Dumas and the Romantic Era. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (9pp., typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

Endore's notes for scenes and musical numbers.
Box 54

Photographs and negatives.

Physical Description: (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

1 photo of Dumas's tomb, 2 negatives of his birthplace, 1 negative of Dumas with a parrot
Box 54

Notes for screenplay/staging. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (15 leaves, holograph and typescript)
Box 54

Dumas and son! A romantic musical. Book by Jerome Chodorov, Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Los Angeles. 1967

Physical Description: (137pp., mimeograph. With blue cover)

Scope and Content Note

Pre-rehearsal script for the 1967 season of the Los Angeles and San Francisco Civic Light Opera Associations.
Box 54

Dumas & Son suit. v.p. 1967-1968

Physical Description: (50 leaves Holograph, typescript, typescript (carbon), reproduction of typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, notes, documents, and ephemera regarding Endore's suit against the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association for copyright infringement.
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (44 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
An autobiography and anthology.
Box 39

The Big Jump. Final draft screenplay. Los Angeles. November 3, 1948

Physical Description: (117 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With revisions dated November 19 and 22. Production no.1187, Columbia Pictures Corporation.

Note

Also known as: Johnny Allegro(?)
Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Black Magic. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (15 leaves, typescript with a blue cover)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy (15 leaves, typescript carbon).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Black and White and The Clipper. n.p. November 23, 1967

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Introduction with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)
Box 39

Introduction.

Physical Description: (6 leaves, typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

With 2 additional pages.
Box 40

The Burning Bush. Hollywood and n.p. July-September 1947

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections in pencil. n.p. July-August 1947

Physical Description: (137pp., with a blue cover with doodling on the label)
Box 40

Mimeograph with holograph corrections. Hollywood. September 19, 1947

Physical Description: (pp.26-96. With faded grey/tan cover)

Note

William Wilder, 5746 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood 28, California, HO 5358 on the cover.
Box 40

Mimeograph with holograph corrections. Hollywood. September 19, 1947

Physical Description: (96pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With holograph notes and additional pages of dialogue laid in. With William Wilder's address and phone number on the title page
Box 40

The Business of Writing. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (13 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 28-29, 64-65

Call me Shakespeare. A Play of Sorts. Los Angeles. 1966

Box 28

Typescript with numerous holograph corrections. 1966

Physical Description: (400 leaves)
Box 29

3 different versions. Los Angeles. 1966

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, 1 copy)

Scope and Content Note

With holograph corrections.
Box 64

Correspondence. v.p. 1965-1969

Physical Description: (100 items)

Scope and Content Note

Regarding attempts to produce the play with 2 clippings.
Box 64

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (57pp., with yellow cover)

Scope and Content Note

This version includes production note.
With 3 additional copies.
Box 64

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (57pp., with blue covers)

Scope and Content Note

6 copies.
Box 65

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (74pp., with light green cover)

Scope and Content Note

With 2 additional copies.
Box 65

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (74pp., with blue cover)

Scope and Content Note

With 3 additional copies.
Box 40

A Christmas Story. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (5 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

Colossal. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (51 leaves, typescript carbon with an orange cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

Conscience of a Writer. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With a variant copy (4 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

Corvey Dallard. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (16 leaves - 14 numbered pages, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

The Coward. New York. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986

Scope and Content Note

With holograph corrections.
Box 29

The Crime at Scottsboro. Hollywood: Hollywood Scottsboro Committee. undated

Physical Description: (40 leaves, booklet)
Box 41

The Dangerous Heart. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (43 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 1-2, 11, 17, 41, 67

Detour at Midnight. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1959

Note

Variant titles: Detour, Detour at Night, Detour Through Devon and Detour at Devon
[See also, Box 97 microfilm]
Box 1

“Original version” entitled Detour. 1959

Physical Description: (Mimeographed copy)
Box 1, 17, 67

Detour at Night. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1959

Box 1

1959

Box 17

Printer's copy for the American edition. 1959

Physical Description: (187 leaves, typescript carbon)
Box 67

Ephemera - German reviews.

Physical Description: (13 items)
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (39 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 1

Umweg bei Neicht (German version). Stuttgart: J.G. Cotta. 1959

Box 1, 2, 11, 41

Detour Through Devon, by Hugh King (pseudonym)

Note

Published as Detour at Night, etc.
Box 1

Mimeographed copy

Box 2

Typescript and mimeographed with holograph corrections

Box 11

Typescript and mimeographed with corrections.

Physical Description: (1 reel, negative microfilm)
Box 41

Typescript and mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.3-99, with partial red cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Miscellaneous pages. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (2 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 2, 41

The Devil and Mark Twain. n.p. undated

Box 2

Typescript.

Physical Description: (Irregular pagination)

Scope and Content Note

Also: another copy (Typescript carbon with holograph corrections).
Box 41

Typescript.

Physical Description: (44 leaves)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Diamonds. n.p. 1965

Physical Description: (21 leaves, holograph with typescript notes)

Note

Addition, May 1986

Scope and Content Note

  • With prose poem, A capsule history of Diamonds (16 leaves, Typescript carbon).
  • Also, letter to John Robertson, Holiday Magazine, and clipping
Box 41

Dostoevsky. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (40 leaves, typescript and holograph notes)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

The Dream of a Chrysalis. New York. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986

Scope and Content Note

With holograph corrections.
Box 41

Dreams for Sale. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (51 leaves, typescript carbon with orange cover)

Note

Submitted by Alex Kemper, Incorporated (Agency).
Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Edgar Allan Poe. Screenplay. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (99pp., typescript carbon with orange cover)

Scope and Content Note

With chronology, notes, and foreword.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Entomophagy. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (60 leaves, typescript and holograph)

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1 notebook and drafts of article.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

An Evening in the Theatre with Jewish Literature. Los Angeles. 1965

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Mimeograph.

Physical Description: (7 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With 3 additional copies.
Box 41

University of Judaism production.

Physical Description: (33 leaves, variously numbered, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.
Box 11, 28, 49

False Witness

Note

See also Box 97
Box 11

Typescript and mimeographed with corrections.

Physical Description: (1 reel, negative microfilm)

Note

See also Box 97
Box 28

Transcript with many holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (43 leaves, photocopy)
Box 49

Correspondence re False Witness. Los Angeles. 1952-1954

Physical Description: (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes carbons of letters to Carey McWilliams, Elinor Kirstein, and draft of an open letter to Whittaker Chambers with a copy of the Saturday Review, May 24, 1952.
Box 49

Draft pages and notes. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (9 leaves
Box 49

False Witness. By Elinor Kirstein. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (148pp., typescript carbon)
Box 49

Typescript carbon. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (148pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Elinor Kirstein's name has been crossed out on the title page
Box 41

French Revolution. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

The Future. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (18 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

The Gamblers. 1942 and undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

First draft continuity by Guy Endore, and note that this was done for Warner Brothers.

Physical Description: (167pp., typescript with holograph corrections, with blue cover)
Box 42

Typescript carbon. n.p. July 11, 1942

Physical Description: (99pp., with blue cover)
Box 42

Gettysburg. Los Angeles and n.p. 1966 and undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

Step outline for wedding at Gettysburg. n.p. May 24, 1966

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 42

Typescript with holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (24pp.)
Box 42

Typescript with holograph notes. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (21 leaves, various pages)
Box 42

Reproduction of typescript. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (15 leaves)
Box 42

Typescript carbon. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (43pp., with red cover)

Scope and Content Note

Also, another copy with tan cover.
Box 42

The Giant Brain. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (17 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections. Pages are variously numbered 4 through 29)

Scope and Content Note

With Endore's note, “formerly Computer Story.”

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

Gold Lotus. A Chinese novel. Far Rockaway, Long Island. undated

Physical Description: (10pp., typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Synopsis for screen treatment(?).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 50-51

The Golden Nail. A novel about Victor Hugo. n.p. undated

Note

Also known as: The Master
Box 50

Typescript.

Physical Description: (37pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.
Box 50

Reproduction of typescript.

Physical Description: (12pp.)
Box 50

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (pp.4-33)
Box 50

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (24pp. Typescript)
Box 50

Chronology of Victor Hugo's life.

Physical Description: (37 leaves, photocopy)

Scope and Content Note

With annotations by Guy Endore. Source unidentified.
Box 50

Notes re Victor Hugo.

Physical Description: (7 leaves, holograph and typescript)
Box 50

Books about Victor Hugo.

Physical Description: (8 items)
Box 51

Working drafts of various chapters of Hugo's life, arranged in small groups by Endore.

Physical Description: (Holograph, typescript, and typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

6 folders: folders 1-5, 150 leaves each, folder 6, 50 leaves
Box 42

The Gordons. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves [9pp.], typescript carbon with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 28, 42, 68

G.I. Joe, a screenplay

Box 28

Group of ephemera relating to G.I. Joe.

Physical Description: (21 items)
Box 42

First draft. Screenplay by Guy Endore, Phillip Stevenson, Ben Bengal. Hollywood. July 5, 1944

Physical Description: (195pp., mimeograph. Light brown cover)

Scope and Content Note

With letter from Frank McCarthy, January 7, 1969.
Box 68

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (6 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 42

Le Grand Dictionnaire Universel du XIXeme Siecle. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (5 leaves, holograph)

Scope and Content Note

With typescript version (3 leaves) and additional pages (3 leaves).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

Hazing. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (6 leaves Holograph and typescript notes)

Scope and Content Note

With typescript text from The Sun (August 20, 1899), New York re hazing.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

He Ran All the Way. Los Angeles. 1950

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 42

First draft. Los Angeles. June 1, 1950

Physical Description: (146pp., mimeograph. With grey cover)

Note

For Roberts Productions, Incorporated, Los Angeles.
Box 42

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections. June 16, 1950

Physical Description: (139pp., with blue cover)
Box 28, 43

Health Food Shoppe. n.p. undated

Box 28

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (23 leaves, bound in folder)
Box 43

Typescript with holograph corrections. undated

Physical Description: (12 leaves)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections. undated

Physical Description: (15 leaves, misnumbered: page 5 omitted, with 2 page 8's)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Boxes 12-17

The Heart and the Mind.

Physical Description: (Mostly ozalid copies with extensive holograph corrections in pencil and red ink, and some pages of holograph [pages] interspersed)

Scope and Content Note

Also, several incomplete typewritten drafts (partly carbon) and one package of holograph notes and notations (box 17).
Box 43

Notes re Heine. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves Holograph, Typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Hidden Hunger. n.p. 1935

Physical Description: (4pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Typescript carbon. n.p. July 15, 1935

Physical Description: (4pp.)
Box 43

Script number 3731, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Script Department. Culver City. July 16, 1935

Physical Description: (47pp., mimeograph)
Box 43

A History of Human Skill. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Notes. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)
Box 43

Introduction to A History of Human Skill. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (12 leaves, typescript (carbon) and holograph)
Box 43

Prospectus. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (73 leaves variously numbered, typescript with partial grey cover)
Box 43

Portions of text. Los Angeles. 1942

Physical Description: (150 leaves, typescript and typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

With letter of transmittal to Angus Cameron, Little, Brown & Company, May 9, 1942.
Box 43

Hollywood Anti-Nazi League Program. (Hollywood). December 8, 1937

Physical Description: (6 leaves, typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Text for a radio broadcast.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

How the Alligator Was Cured of Heart-Trouble. New York. July 23, 1933

Physical Description: (32pp., typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986

Scope and Content Note

With holograph corrections.
Box 43

How to Become a Human Being. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (20 leaves, typescript and holograph)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 29, 44

I Came Back. As recorded by Guy Endore from conversations with 1st. Lieutenant Hugh Enfield of the U.S. Marine Corps. n.p. undated

Box 29

Typescript. undated

Physical Description: (173 leaves, in black cover)
Box 44

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (173pp.)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (173pp., with black cover)

Scope and Content Note

With newsclipping re B.P. Schulberg.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

I Don't Believe in Ghosts. By Hugh King (pseudonym?). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (6 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With another version.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Idle Hands. New York. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Jacob Fugger the Rich. The birth of capitalism. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (24pp., typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Jews and history. Hollywood. 1965

Physical Description: (37pp., mimeograph)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

University of Judaism production.

Physical Description: (37pp., mimeograph)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.
Box 44

Typescript carbon and mimeograph with holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (38pp.)
Box 44

Typescript and mimeograph. 1965

Physical Description: (37pp.)
Box 1

Justice for Salcido. Los Angeles: Civil Rights Council. 1948

Physical Description: (Mimeographed copy, inscribed. In brown paper cover)
Box 44

Karl Freund. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (2 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With photocopy.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Khyber Pass (Copy no.5). A story treatment by Guy Endore. King Brothers Productions, Incorporated, Hollywood. undated

Physical Description: (24pp., typescript carbon with dark blue cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

The King of Monte-Cristo. Hollywood. undated

Physical Description: (15pp., typescript with grey cover, red label)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy, from George Landy.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 2-8, 20, 44, 52-54, 67

King of Paris. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1966

Box 2

Proof copy.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescript copy of epilogue and printed advertisements.
Box 3

Typescript.

Scope and Content Note

Also: color photograph of Gerome's Duel After the Masquerade Ball.
Boxes 4-7

Typescript and holograph with corrections.

Physical Description: (Irregular pagination)
Box 8

Typescript carbon

Box 44

Typescript with holograph corrections re King of Paris. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (1 leaf)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 52

Screenplay by Robert I. Holt. Based on the novel by Guy Endore. Beverly Hills. undated

Physical Description: (190pp., mimeograph. With blue cover)

Note

Seven Arts Associated Corps. Producer: Stanley Rubin.
Box 20, 52-53

Screenplay by Guy Endore for Seven Arts Productions. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (321 leaves, mimeographed. In a grey manila folder)
Box 20

Mimeographed. undated

Physical Description: (321 leaves. In a grey manila folder)
Box 52

With note that this is second carbon. undated

Physical Description: (185pp., typescript carbon. Lacking p.184)
Box 52

With Endore's note, “volume one”. undated

Physical Description: (pp.1-160. Typescript carbon)
Box 52

With Endore's note, “volume two”.

Physical Description: (pp.161-321. Typescript carbon)
Box 52

With Endore's note that this is (short version). volume three. undated

Physical Description: (185pp., typescript carbon)
Box 52

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (320pp. With blue cover)
Box 53

Mimeograph. undated

Physical Description: (321pp. With beige cover)
Box 53

Draft of screenplay(?). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (75 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 53

Typescript with holograph corrections. undated

Physical Description: (pp.2-113)
Box 53

Introduction. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (26pp. Typescript)
Box 53

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections. undated

Physical Description: (39pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With photograph of J.L. Gerome's, Duel after the masquerade, with note from James Pere on the verso (8 × 10 in. Black and White photograph).
Box 53

Correspondence re King of Paris. v.p. 1961-1968

Physical Description: (13 leaves, typescript, typescript carbon, and reproduction of typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Drafts and copies of Endore's letters to Stanley Rubin, Ray Stark, Jay Livingston, and Ray Evans. With 3 replies.
Box 53

Synopsis for publicity campaign[?]. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 53

King of Paris. A final word. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (6 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With 2 other copies (Typescript and typescript carbon).
Box 53

Musical ideas for King of Paris. Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript)
Box 53

King of Paris. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (59 leaves, typescript, mimeograph, reproduction of typescript and 46pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Includes partial lyrics for musical production, and draft of staging.
Box 53

Script for demo record of King of Paris. n.p. January 1960(?)

Physical Description: (36pp., lacking pp.19-22, mimeograph with holograph notes)

Scope and Content Note

With postal receipt.
Box 53

Book by Guy Endore. Music and Lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (125 leaves, mimeograph. With blue cover)

Scope and Content Note

with list of songs on front flyleaf
Box 53

Outline for musical production. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (52pp., typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 54

Book by Guy Endore. Music and lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (125 leaves, mimeograph with orange cover)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.
Box 54

Musical outline for King of Paris. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 54

Musical numbers for King of Paris. n.p. 1968

Physical Description: (50 leaves, holograph, typescript, typescript carbon, and reproduction of typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from Endore to Ray Evans and Jay Livingston, August 4, 1968.
Box 54

Musical scenario for King of Paris. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (19 leaves, mimeograph)
Box 54

Lyrics for King of Paris. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (12 items, typescript)
Box 54

Notes for staging and lyrics. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (14 leaves Holograph, typescript)
Box 54

Talks--statements re King of Paris. v.p. 1956-1960

Physical Description: (44 items)

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding speaking engagements following publication of King of Paris in 1956.
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (82 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (190 items, removed from scrapbook)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 41, 44

Life of Sigmund Freud. n.p. 1939-1940

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Typescript, typescript carbon, holograph. undated

Physical Description: (18 leaves)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Freud. A suggestion by Guy Endore. n.p. October 4, 1939

Physical Description: (5 leaves, typescript carbon; 10 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections; 2 leaves, typescript)

Scope and Content Note

With Sigmund Freud, and draft (second version) of letter to Anna Freud.

Note

See also: The life of Sigmund Freud, box 44.
Box 44

Partial story outline, and miscellaneous pages. n.p. 1940

Physical Description: (13pp., typescript with holograph notes)

Note

See also: (Freud), box 41.
Box 44

“... like the covers of an old book.” n.p. undated

Physical Description: (71pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

“... like the covers of an old book.” Second draft. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (71pp., typescript carbon)

Note

For the Ben Casey television series.
Box 44

Copy 3. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (63pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

With additional dialogue (3 leaves, holograph)
Box 44

The Little River that Went Dry. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

The Long Revenge. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Outline. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 44

Typescript carbon. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (34 leaves)
Box 44

Lou Carlino. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (1 leaf. Typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Love. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (20pp., with grey cover)
Box 44

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (6 leaves)
Box 44

Love is Blind. Far Rockaway, Long Island. July 4, 1932

Physical Description: (13pp., typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Also known as: See How They Run.
Addition, May 1986
Box 44

Luck Versus Work. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With 1 leaf holograph notes.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Man's Mind. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (1 leaf, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Mark the Twain. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (10 leaves, holograph and typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes, chronology.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Max Linder. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (11 leaves, holograph)

Scope and Content Note

Chronology and outline.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

A Modern Solomon. New York. undated

Physical Description: (30pp. Typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Money Money. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 1, 45

The Montenegro Case: A Study of the Coroner's Inquest. n.p. 1946 and undated

Box 1

Mimeographed copy.

Physical Description: (In blue paper cover)

Scope and Content Note

Also, a report on the Montenegro shooting prepared by the Civil Rights Congress (mimeographed), a letter, and petition issued by the Civil Rights Congress.
Box 45

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (37pp. with blue cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Typescript carbon and holograph. undated

Physical Description: (37pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With 1 leaf manuscript insertion for p.32.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Morocco: Booming by Day. Bombing by Night. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (8 leaves)
Box 45

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (6 leaves)
Box 11

My Father My Foe. March 9, 1955

Physical Description: (Typescript with holograph corrections, irregular pagination. 1 reel, positive)

Note

See also, Box 97
Box 45

Myths, Borgeois and Marxist, and the Answer to Them. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (9 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Nachtstueck. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

The Naked Heart. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Introductory note by the editor; editor's prologue; introductory word by the editor.

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)
Box 45

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (2 leaves)

Note

Written for Millen Brand, Crown Books.
Box 45

Negro Question in America. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (2 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Night-Dreaming. n.p. 1940

Physical Description: (13pp.)

Note

Published in The Clipper, August 1940.
Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Old Vienna. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (6pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

On writing a book about Tom Mooney. Los Angeles and n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Notes.

Physical Description: (44 leaves, holograph)

Scope and Content Note

With letter and sketch from V.K. regarding a room for rent in Berkeley.
Box 46

Notes.

Physical Description: (25 leaves, typescript, and typescript carbon with holograph corrections)
Box 46

Typescript.

Physical Description: (20pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With typescript draft (8 leaves)
Box 46

Typescript carbon with holograph notes. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: (20pp.)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (20pp.)
Box 46

Overpopulation. Los Angeles and n.p. 1969 and undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Notes. n.p.

Physical Description: (7 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 46

Notes. Los Angeles. 1969

Physical Description: (7 leaves, reproduction of typescript)

Scope and Content Note

With photocopy of letter to the Los Angeles Times, April 28, 1969.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Our Children Shall Fly. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (6 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With a typescript copy and 2 photocopies.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Overnight. A treatment by Guy Endore from the novel by Joe Lederer. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (14pp., typescript carbon with grey cover, red label)

Note

Handled by Sam Jaffe, Incorporated.
Addition, May 1986
Box 55

Paderewski. A film treatment of his life. n.p. 1966 and undated

Box 55

Narrative for film treatment. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (26pp. Reproduction of typescript)
Box 55

Draft letters to Sidney Harmon re Paderewski. May 1966

Physical Description: (15 leaves, typescript, reproduction of typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters, copies, draft pages
Box 55

Typescript.

Physical Description: (47pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Also, reproduction of typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 55

Notes on Paderewski. n.p. January-May 1966

Physical Description: (13 items, typescript and typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Memos with comments by Sidney Harmon.
Box 55

Correspondence re Paderewski. v.p. 1966

Physical Description: (2 items: typescript, and reproduction of typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Letter from George Willner to Endore (May 30, 1966) lacks enclosures mentioned.
Box 55

Notes on Paderewski. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (14 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 55

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (87pp.)
Box 55

Reproduction of typescript. undated

Physical Description: (26pp.)
Box 55

Reproduction of typescript. undated

Physical Description: (26pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.
Box 55

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (5 leaves)
Box 46

Palimpsest. New York. undated

Physical Description: (5 leaves, typescript)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Notes on Paracelsus. Los Angeles. 1944

Physical Description: (6 leaves, typescript)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy (Typescript carbon), and 3 leaves with extra copies of pp.2-3.
Also with carbon copy of letter to Virginia Viertel, August 17, 1944.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Peace plan. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (5 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Pirate Story. Screen treatment(?). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.2-60. Typescript carbon. With partial blue cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Poetry by Guy Endore. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Each signed on the verso, S.G. Endore.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 55-56

Population Explosion. n.p. undated

Note

Also Known as A Thousand Years From Now.
Box 55

Drafts of opening pages, using both titles.

Physical Description: (17 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 55

Typescript.

Physical Description: (27 leaves, with grey cover)

Scope and Content Note

With copy 6 (in dark green cover).
Box 55

Mimeograph.

Physical Description: (27 leaves, with red cover)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.

Note

Hugh King (a pseudonym for Guy Endore) has been crossed out on the title page, and Guy Endore has signed it.
Box 55

Mimeograph.

Physical Description: (78pp., with beige cover)
Box 55

Mimeograph (3 copies).

Physical Description: (78pp., with blue covers)
Box 56

Mimeograph (4 copies).

Physical Description: (78pp., with blue covers)
Box 2

Les Principes de la Philosophie by Rene Descarte. Translated toward a Ph.D. at Columbia University. 1926-1927

Physical Description: (Typescript with holograph foreword)
Box 11, 46

Pushkin

Note

See also Box 97
Box 11

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (1 reel, negative microfilm)
Box 46

Suggestions for revision of treatment. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (11 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 94

Recently our cat came running... n.p. 1965

Box 94

Draft, illustrated. 1965

Physical Description: (5-7, (1)p. illustrated. 33 × 36 cm)
Box 94

Draft.

Physical Description: (4pp.)
Box 46

The Rising Storm. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (15pp.)
Box 46

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (23pp.)
Box 46

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (30pp.)
Box 46

The Rosenbergs. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (20 leaves, typescript with holograph notes)

Scope and Content Note

Notes, research material, clippings.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Rothschild. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With 5 leaves holograph manuscript.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Rumba. n.p. May 25, 1934

Physical Description: (43pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 30, 32, 48, 60-63, 68, 91

The Saga of Synanon. Los Angeles. 1967

Box 30

Typescript with copious holograph additions and corrections. 1967

Physical Description: (500 leaves)
Box 30

Mimeographed copy. 1967

Physical Description: (461 leaves)
Box 30

Mimeographed copy. Los Angeles. 1967

Physical Description: (461 leaves)
Box 32

Printer's copy. 1967

Physical Description: (494 leaves, typescript)
Box 32

Galleys. New York: Doubleday. 1968

Box 32

Page proofs. New York: Doubleday. 1968

Box 48

Dederich, Betty. The Hatchery (Poem). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (2 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Dederich was the wife of Synanon founder, Charles Dederich.
Box 60

Notes on Synanon. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (100 leaves Holograph)
Box 60

Ephemera re Synanon. 1964-1971

Physical Description: (4 items)
Box 60

Thickened Light. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (25 leaves, typescript, holograph)

Scope and Content Note

Endore's notes re Charles Dederich and Synanon.
Box 60

Untitled story. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (10pp. Typescript with summary, 2pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Characters are based on Synanon members
Box 60

Notes. Los Angeles. 1967

Physical Description: (60 leaves Holograph. In green spiral notebook)
Box 60

One thousand words about Synanon. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3pp. Typescript)
Box 60

Correspondence. v.p. 1966-1970

Physical Description: (12 items)

Scope and Content Note

Primarily correspondence with Reid Kimball. Includes memo from Charles Dederich to Synanon members.
Box 60

Synanon is the People Business. Los Angeles. 1967

Physical Description: (5 leaves, typescript, holograph)

Scope and Content Note

Mockup of Synanon brochure with note from Mike Kaiser.
Box 60

Photograph of Bill Crawford (Signed). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (1 item. 8 × 10 black/white glossy print)
Box 60

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (461pp.)
Box 61

Mimeograph with index. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (461pp.)
Box 61

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (461pp., in original box)

Scope and Content Note

Endore indicates this is original version.
Noted on box: Property of Charles Dederich
Box 62

Mimeograph. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (461pp.)
Box 62

Holograph, typescript, and reproduction of typescript. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (500 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

Corrected and edited manuscript, heavily annotated, with a number of additional pages and changes laid in
Box 63

Portions of text. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (300 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections, and reproduction of typescript)
Box 63

Portions of text. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (300 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections, reproduction of typescript)
Box 68

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 91

2 vols. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (250pp. each, typescript carbon)

Note

(Addition, September 1987)
Box 91

Manuscript pages. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (150 leaves. Mimeo)

Note

(Addition, September 1987)
Box 91

Typescript. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.22-175)

Note

(Addition, September 1987)
Box 23, 24, 26, 27, 40, 56-59, 68, 92

Satan's saint; a novel about the Marquis de Sade. Los Angeles. 1961-1965

Note

Variant titles: Marquis de Sade. A Novel, A Saint for Sinners: a Novel about the Marquis de Sade. A Novel
Published, New York: Crown Publishers, [1965]
Box 23

Marquis de Sade.. Los Angeles. 1963

Physical Description: (453 leaves, mimeographed. no.9 of 10 numbered copies)
Box 23

A Saint for Sinners: a Novel about the Marquis de Sade. A Novel. Los Angeles. 1963

Physical Description: (200 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections and additions)

Scope and Content Note

Original manuscript.
Box 24

Worksheets. Los Angeles. 1963

Physical Description: (600 leaves, typescript with copious holograph corrections and revisions)
Box 26

Final version published by Crown Publishers in 1965. Los Angeles. 1964

Physical Description: (450 leaves, typescript with copious holograph corrections and additions)
Box 26

Advertisement for Satan's Saint as it appeared in the New York Times Book Review. April 11, 1965

Physical Description: (1 leaf, photostatic copy)
Box 27

Mimeographed (no.2 of 10 numbered copies). Los Angeles. 1963

Physical Description: (453 leaves)
Box 27

Typescript with holograph corrections. Los Angeles. 1965

Physical Description: (426 leaves)
Box 28

Work sheets mostly for Satan's Saint. Los Angeles. 1965

Physical Description: (Typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 40

Concerning the Marquis de Sade. A Novel. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (26pp., mimeograph)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 56

Research material.

Physical Description: (3 items)

Scope and Content Note

Contents: bibliography, issue of Instead (November 1948), and translation of de Sade's letter to Napoleon.
Box 56

Legal on Sade and Simon & Schuster. v.p. 1961-1963

Physical Description: (19 items)

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with publishers.
Box 56

Sade publishing. v.p. 1961-1962

Physical Description: (25 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Simon & Schuster, reference correspondence, and related material.
Box 56

Sade publishing. v.p. 1961-1964

Physical Description: (75 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, drafts of letters, and notes.
Box 56

Tamarind Lithography Workshop. Los Angeles. 1965

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

An advertisement regarding the deluxe edition of Satan's Saint with lithographs by Robert Hansen and 1 letter (November 4, 1964).
Box 56

Lecture. Los Angeles. 1962

Physical Description: (14pp., typescript carbon with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

Given before the graduating class of Library Science, UCLA (May 25, 1962) re the publishing difficulties of Satan's Saint.
Box 56

Satan's Saint/ Dear Paula. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (24pp. Typescript. With another copy)
Box 56-57, 59

Satan's Saint. n.p. 1962-1965

Box 56

Notes and draft pages. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (150 leaves, typescript, holograph)
Box 56

Portions of manuscript. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (100 leaves, typescript, typescript carbon, and reproduction of typescript)
Box 57

Typescript carbon. 1962

Physical Description: (151pp.)
Box 57

Portions of text revised by Guy Endore. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (200 leaves, typescript)
Box 57

Typescript and typescript carbon with some corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (75 leaves)
Box 57

Notes regarding manuscript corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (11 items. Typescript)
Box 59

Screen treatment. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript)
Box 59

Setting copy. London. 1965

Physical Description: (305pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Copy of American edition (Crown, 1965) edited for the London edition published by W.H. Allen.
Box 57-59

Marquis de Sade. A Novel. 1962-1967

Box 57

vol.2. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.152-300, typescript carbon)
Box 57

vol.3. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.301-420, typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

With author's note following p.420.
Box 57

Mimeograph (copy 1 of 10). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (453pp., with red cover)
Box 58

Mimeograph (copy 8 of 10). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (453pp., with red cover)
Box 58

Mimeograph (copy 10 of 10) with introductory note. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (453pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With 4 leaves, laid in
Box 59

Extra circulating copy. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (453pp., mimeograph)

Scope and Content Note

With text for title page of deluxe edition laid in.
Box 59

Lecture letters. v.p. 1962-1967

Physical Description: (100 items)

Scope and Content Note

Letters regarding Satan's Saint, related lecture, and responses.
Box 68

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (76 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 92

Marquis de Sade. A Novel (Copy 4 of 10). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (453pp., mimeograph)

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed on title page to Ben & Mary Clarke.
Box 46

Sea-change. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (24pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 27

E. Rodney V.G. (pseudonym) The Secret of Good Health. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves. Photocopy)
Box 46

The Shoulders of a Giant. Los Angeles. February 18, 1962

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Typescript carbon with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (1 leaf)
Box 46

Mimeograph.

Physical Description: (3 leaves)
Box 46

Siege of Alcazar. n.p. November 28, 1936

Physical Description: (55pp., typescript carbon with brown cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Silent Melody. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (48pp., typescript carbon with orange cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 29

S.J.V. New York. 1927

Physical Description: (112 leaves, typescript)
Box 17, 83

The Sleepy Lagoon Mystery (with llustrations by Giacomo Patri). Los Angeles: Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee. 1944

Box 17

The Sleepy Lagoon mystery 1944 June

Author: Endore, S. Guy, 1901-1970
Author: Patri, Giacomo, b. 1898, 1898-
Physical Description: Bound in wrappers.
Physical Description: (48pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Endore presents the facts of the Sleepy Lagoon case. Introduction written by Carey McWilliams, Chairman, Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee.
Box 83, Folder 2

Letters re Sleepy Lagoon Mystery. Los Angeles: Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee. 1944

Physical Description: (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

  • From Casselberry, Horace (undated). Copy of a letter addressed to William Randolph Hearst (1 item)
  • From Crown Publishers. New York (July 5, 1944). Signed by Edmund Fuller (1 item).
  • From Council for Civic Unity. Los Angeles (June 29, 1944) (1 item).
  • From Kurnitz, Harry (June 29, 1944) (1 item).
  • From Little, Brown & Company, New York (July 14, 1944) (1 item).
  • From McWilliams, Carey (June 29, 1944) (1 item).
  • From New Masses (undated). Copy of unsigned letter to the editor (1 item).
  • From New York Times Book Review. New York (July 21, 1944). Signed by J. Donald Adams. With note from Guy Endore's aunt, Eva Robin, on the verso (1 item).
  • From Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation Beverly Hills (July 24, 1944). Signed by Jo Swerling (1 item).
Box 83, Folder 5

Press release re Sleepy Lagoon Mystery. Los Angeles. 1944

Physical Description: (1p. Mimeograph)
Box 83, Folder 7

Isserman's comments on Endore's manuscript for The Sleepy Lagoon Mystery.

Physical Description: (5pp.)
Box 46

Speak to the Earth. The story of Luther Burbank. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (35pp., mimeograph typescript, with black cover)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy (black cover).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

A story. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Suez. n.p. November 5, 1951

Physical Description: (7pp., typescript carbon with blue cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Sunday-Child. New York. undated

Physical Description: (8pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Signed S. Guy Endore on p.8.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

The Superiority Complex. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (10 leaves Holograph)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 1

The Sword of God. New York: Farrar & Rinehard. 1931

Physical Description: (Typescript carbon, in pale blue paper cover)
Box 47

The Syndicate. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Typescript with holograph corrections.

Physical Description: (2 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With another version (2 leaves).
Box 47

Screenplay.

Physical Description: (116pp., typescript carbon)
Box 47

Revised screenplay.

Physical Description: (127pp., typescript carbon with grey cover)
Box 47

Revised screenplay.

Physical Description: (127pp., typescript carbon with tan cover)
Box 92

Tell me, Tell me by Benjamin Martin. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 vol., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, September 1987
Box 92

vol.1, pp.1-117

Box 92

vol.2, pp.118-236

Box 93

vol.3, pp.237-459

Box 47

Therefore Socrates is mortal. New York. undated

Physical Description: (6pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Tragic fate of a gourmet. The fate of Cornelius Redfield. Long Island. undated

Note

Also known as: Tragic fate of a gourmet.
Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Typescript with holograph corrections. undated

Physical Description: (7pp.)
Box 47

Holograph.

Physical Description: (9 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

There are 2 copies of pp.6 and 7.
Box 47

Two sermons on books. Los Angeles. October 1, 1969

Physical Description: (13pp., mimeograph)

Note

Printed for the first Unitarian Church of Los Angeles.
Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Tycoon. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (43pp., typescript carbon with grey cover)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Uncle Boaz. A play by Guy Endore. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (72 leaves, typescript carbon. With grey cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Uncle Jacob. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)

Scope and Content Note

Also, another version with holograph corrections (4 leaves, typescript).

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 97

[Various Endore titles].

Physical Description: (6 reels negative microfilm)

Scope and Content Note

  • False Witness
  • Battle of the Philosophers
  • A Tale of the Christ
  • Detour Through Devon
  • Pushkin
  • My Father My Foe

Note

Addition, September 1987
Box 7, 19, 47, 68

Voltaire! Voltaire!. Los Angeles. 1960

Note

[Published, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1961]
Box 7

Printer's copy. Los Angeles. 1961

Physical Description: (787 leaves, typescript with copious corrections)
Box 19

Typescript. 1960

Physical Description: (564 leaves with holograph corrections in pencil and red ink)
Box 19

Galley proofs.

Physical Description: (192 sheets)
Box 19

Uncorrected and unpublished manuscript. Crane's Duplicating Service. Barnstable, Massachusetts. 1960

Physical Description: (2 vol., photostatic reproduction)
Box 19

Galley proofs (Duplicate proof). H. Wolff Book Manufacturing Company. March 13, 1961

Physical Description: (252 sheets)
Box 47

Notes re Voltaire. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript, holograph)
Box 68

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (133 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 1, 47

The Walburgur Case. n.p. undated

Box 1

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (In pale blue paper cover)
Box 47

Typescript with holograph corrections. undated

Physical Description: (26 leaves)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

A Walk in Alabama. Los Angeles and n.p. April 6, 1965 and undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Typescript with holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Box 47

Typescript with holograph corrections. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: (13pp.)

Scope and Content Note

With a note that this was a talk given to the School of Library Service, UCLA.
Box 47

A World I Never Made. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (27 leaves, typescript and holograph)

Scope and Content Note

Drafts and related material.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 23

“War Yes, Sex No”. 1963

Box 23

In Push Pin Graphic (no.43). 1963

Scope and Content Note

From a talk given before the graduating class of the School of Library Service, UCLA, May 25, 1962.
Box 59

Typescript with holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (19pp.)
Box 59

War Yes, Sex No. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (28pp., typescript carbon)
Box 28, 68

The Werewolf of Paris. Los Angeles. 1933

Box 28

Galleys. 1933

Physical Description: (80 leaves)
Box 68

Ephemera Curse of the Werewolf (film adaptation).

Physical Description: (28 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 47

Zorina. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 47

Zorina. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (7pp., typescript carbon, in grey cover)

Scope and Content Note

With 5 leaves of notes laid in.

Note

Registered with the Screen Writers Guild.
Box 47

Zorina. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (7pp. Typescript with a carbon copy. Both in grey covers)
 

[Manuscripts by Guy Endore and Others]

Box 39

Between Heaven and Hell. (Original story) by Guy Endore and Alexander Benzion. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (72 leaves Typescript. With orange cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

Clasp Hands Around the World. By Marcel Frym and Guy Endore. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 40

Typescript. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves)
Box 40

Typescript. 1946(?)

Physical Description: (13 leaves)
Box 40

Typescript carbon. undated

Physical Description: (19 leaves)
Box 40

Typescript. 1946

Physical Description: (15 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With letter of transmittal from Marcel Frym, January 5, 1946.
Box 41

Fascination. Original story by Alexander Benzion. Treatment by Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (18 leaves, typescript carbon with grey cover)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Honorable Assassins. A screen story about the Japanese enemy by Guy Endore and Herbert Kline. Hollywood. 1942(?)

Physical Description: (78pp., mimeograph with corrections. With tan cover)

Note

Alternate titles: Hirohito's Children and Son of a Samurai.
Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Mimeograph with corrections. 1942(?)

Physical Description: (78pp., with tan cover)
Box 43

Mimeograph. 1942(?)

Physical Description: (78pp., with orange covers)

Scope and Content Note

2 copies.
Box 9, 10, 45, 67

Methinks the Lady. Screenplay by Harry Kleiner and Guy Endore. New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce. 1945

Box 9

Typescript, original.

Physical Description: (In black cloth slipcase)
Box 9

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (In blue binder)
Box 9

Typescript memo to printer re corrections

Box 9

Mimeographed screen version. June 12, 1945

Physical Description: (In blue binder)
Box 9

Mimeographed synopsis. November 18, 1945

Box 9

Outline for screen version. January 23, 1946

Physical Description: (Typescript carbon)
Box 9

First draft of screen version. February 19, 1946

Physical Description: (Typescript carbon, in blue binder)
Box 9

Second draft of screen version. April 2, 1946

Physical Description: (Typescript carbon, in blue ringer binder)
Box 10

Typescript and holograph pages in preparation of book.

Scope and Content Note

Also: Newspaper clipping re screenplay prospects.
Box 10

Copy of the book

Box 45

Typescript carbon. Los Angeles. 1945

Physical Description: (221pp., with black cover)

Scope and Content Note

With Endore's memo re screen treatment, July 19, 1945.

Note

For Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Treatment. Culver City. June 12, 1945

Physical Description: (96pp., typescript carbon with blue cover)

Scope and Content Note

With 2 clippings on divorce and polygamy.

Note

For Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Memos. Beverly Hills. 1945-1946

Physical Description: (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Memos from Craig Rice, Guy Endore, Otto Preminger, and Lou Shore regarding production of Methinks the Lady.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Typescript carbon. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (265pp., with blue cover)

Note

Handled by Nat Goldstone Agency.
Addition, May 1986
Box 45

First draft continuity. Los Angeles. July 5, 1946

Physical Description: (134pp.)

Note

For Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
Addition, May 1986
Box 45

Galleys

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (77 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 45

The Military and the Struggle for Peace. By Mary Clarke and Guy Endore. n.p. June 19, 1965

Physical Description: (7 leaves, mimeograph with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Project for a Red Cross scenario. Irmgard von Cube and Guy Endore. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves Mimeograph)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Reluctant her. by Jessica Benson and Guy Endore. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (65pp., typescript carbon)

Note

Registered with the Screen Writers Guild, no.10799. Hilary Lynn's name has been crossed out, and replaced with Jessica Benson on the title page.
Addition, May 1986
Box 47

We Leave Memory. By Milton Merlin and Guy Endore. n.p. January 17, 1938

Physical Description: (23pp., mimeograph with blue cover)

Scope and Content Note

Screen treatment concerning Emperor Norton.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 17, 18, 21, 41

The Fall of Rome. A screenplay by Guy Endore and William Copeland. Los Angeles and n.p. undated

Box 18

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (300 leaves, in a blue manila folder)
Box 17

Dahn, Felix. Ein Kampf um Rom. Historischer Roman. München, Deutsches Verlagshaus Bong. undated

Note

It was from this novel that Guy Endore and William Copeland wrote their screenplay, The Fall of Rome.
Box 21

Story treatment for the screenplay. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (16 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections in red ink)
Box 21

Typescript with copious holograph corrections and additions. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (136 leaves)

Note

Early draft of a screenplay adapted from Ein Kampf un Rom.
Box 21

Typescript carbon with copious notes by Endore in red ink. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (82 leaves, on white paper)
Box 21

Typescript, mostly carbon. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (300 leaves, on yellow paper)
Box 21

First draft screenplay. Los Angeles. undated

Physical Description: (300 leaves, typescript carbon. In blue wrappers on white paper)
Box 41

Screenplay. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (pp.125-299, tncomplete typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 41

Holograph, with doodles by Guy Endore. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (9 leaves)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 29

I Walk in Liberty by Guy Endore, William Copeland, and De Witt Bodeen. n.p. 1940

Physical Description: (124 leaves, typescript in black cover)
Box 43

House of Treason. By Guy Endore and William Copeland. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 43

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (125pp.)
Box 43

Typescript with corrections by Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (102 leaves, with tan cover)
 

[Story Ideas, Untitled Manuscripts, etc.]

Box 44

re Jews and German. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (12 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)
Box 46

re peace movement. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript)
Box 46

Story idea re psychoanalysis. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (10 leaves, typescript, Typescript carbon)
Box 46

Racing story. Los Angeles. 1964

Physical Description: (17pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Brief suggestion for theme, mood and characters of racing story (From Alfred Neubauer's book of reminiscences: Men, Women and Motors).
With letter of transmittal from Endore to Bob, Los Angeles, June 11, 1964.
Box 46

re Shakers. n.p. April 24, 1940

Physical Description: (7pp., typescript carbon)
Box 48

Story ideas, fragments. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (100 leaves, holograph, typescript)
Box 48

Script pages. n.p. October 16, 1947

Physical Description: (3 leaves, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 48

Untitled lecture. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (9 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

Also, 3 variant copies.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 27

A play in which Jews are discussed; probably never produced. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (37 leaves, mimeographed)
Box 48

Untitled screenplay. North Hollywood. April 3, 1943

Physical Description: (160pp., mimeograph)

Scope and Content Note

Signed by Guy Endore on title page. Republic Studios, production no.1171, associate producer: Albert H. Cohen.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 48

Untitled screenplay. n.p. 1949

Physical Description: (pp.2-156, 30-67, typescript carbon)

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 48

Untitled story. New York. undated

Physical Description: (8 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

Setting of the story is Central Africa.

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 48

Untitled story (2 copies). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (29pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

With bibliography from Hatha Yoga.

Note

Addition, May 1986
 

[Manuscripts Edited by Guy Endore]

Box 11

Ben-Hur: a Tale of Christ by Lewis Wallace, edited by Guy Endore. Published as paperback abridged version by New York: Dell. 1959

Box 11

Book with manuscript.

Physical Description: (Typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Also: 2 typescripts with extensive holograph corrections.
Box 11

Chapters 9-17.

Physical Description: (Typescript with holograph corrections, iregular pagination. 1 reel, positive)
Box 18

Carbon copy of Ben-Hur for Henry Simon, Simon & Schuster. Rockefeller Center, New York.

Physical Description: (Typescript carbon with a few corrections by Endore in red ink, 26, 422 leaves)
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (28 items)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
 

Manuscripts by Others

Box 39

Abbe J.A. Dubois and Endore peace message. n.p. undated

Note

Addition, May 1986
Box 39

Typescript with holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (3 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With another version (5 leaves, typescript carbon).
Box 39

Typescript with holograph corrections. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (11 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

With another version (11 leaves, typescript carbon)
Box 20

West, Samuel B. The Scimitar (Screenplay). Los Angeles. May 24, 1961

Physical Description: (122 leaves, typescript carbon, in a tan folder)
Box 20

West, Samuel B. The Sword of Baristan (Screenplay). Los Angeles. July 11, 1961

Physical Description: (156 leaves, mimeographed, in a blue manila folder)
Box 20, 40, 67

West, Samuel B. Captain Sindbad (Screenplay). Los Angeles. 1961

Box 20

Mimeograph. August 5, 1961

Physical Description: (141 leaves, in a green manila folder)
Box 40

Mimeograph (marked copy 111). Hollywood. August 5, 1961

Physical Description: (141pp., with a green cover)
Box 40

Mimeograph (in German, copy no.5). Drehbuch von Samuel B. West. Hollywood. January 15, 1952

Physical Description: (137pp.)
Box 67

Ephemera.

Physical Description: (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 20

3 drafts of a screenplay.

Scope and Content Note

  • With a folder containing 3 letters (carbons) from Guy Endore to Frank, giving advice on scripts.
  • Also: Typewritten notes by Endore re Captain Sindbad (2 items).

Note

All marked Property of: King Bros. Productions, Inc.
Box 21

Höllering, Franz. Ein Kampf um Rom. Treatment für zwei Filme nach dem gleichnamigen Roman von Felix Dahn, von Franz HoPHllering und Stefan Graf. Alle Recte bei Excelsior Ag. Chur Filmvertriebs-Gesellschaft, MasanserStrasse 32, Chur/Schweiz.

Physical Description: (83, 61 leaves, mimeographed. In maroon wrappers)
Box 48

Cohn, Art. Tomorrow is Another Day (Copy 116). Los Angeles. December 28, 1950

Physical Description: (119pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Part 1, final.

Note

For Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated.
Box 48

Tiempo, Cesar. Our Daily Bread. n.p. 1948

Physical Description: (63pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Translated by Donald E. Walsh with letter of transmittal from Walsh to Endore, February 23, 1948.
Box 48

Tiempo, Cesar. El regreso de Lazaro. Buenos Aires. 1947

Physical Description: (17pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

Cinedrama de: Cesar Tiempo; Basado en un relato de: Guy Endore. With 4 clippings re Cesar Tiempo and Guy Endore, and a memo from Robert Shaw, Screen Writers Guild, to Philip and Janet Stevenson, August 25, 1947.
Box 46

Possessed. A screen story by Janet Stevenson, Ralph Steiner, and Benno Schneider

Note

Based on a short story by Guy Endore. Also known as: Dead Man's Lust
Addition, May 1986
Box 46

Typescript carbon.

Physical Description: (51pp.)
Box 46

Typescript carbon. Hollywood. July 1934

Physical Description: (45pp., with partial blue cover)
 

Manuscript Material Concerning Novels by Guy Endore

Box 49

Material for a proposed novel about Honore de Balzac

Box 49

Endore's notes re Nadeau, Maurice (Balzac). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 leaves, typescript carbon)
Box 49

Notes re Balzac. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (300 leaves Holograph, typescript)
 

House Un-American Activities Committee and the Hollywood Blacklist

Box 66

Abolish the House Committee on Un-American Activities. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (10pp., typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With another copy (14pp., typescript carbon).
Box 66

Committee of 23. Drafts of statements, press releases. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (4 items)
Box 66

Guy Endore's account of an F.B.I. visit. Los Angeles. December 3, 1959

Physical Description: (4pp. Typescript)
Box 66

Guy Endore's statements to the Screen Writers' Guild, and comments on the House Un-American Activities Commission testimony mentioning him. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

With this: p.8 of another unidentified statement.
Box 66

Affidavit of Guy Endore. Los Angeles. February 15, 1958

Physical Description: (7pp., typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

With letter of transmittal from Frank Ferguson, July 28, 1964.
Box 66

Guy Endore. Open letter re blacklisting. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (1p., typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

With 2 additional copies.
Box 66

Guy Endore. “To whom it doesn't in the least concern....” Los Angeles. August 5, 1952

Physical Description: (1p)
Box 66

Publications related to the blacklist.

Physical Description: (36 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes:
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, no.13480, Oleta O'Connor Yates, et al., vs. the United States of America, Brief
  • Michael Wilson, et al., vs. Loew's International, October 1957, no.37 (U.S. Supreme Court), Brief for Petitioners
Box 66

Notes on Rosenberg case.

Physical Description: (8 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Committee To Serve Justice In The Rosenberg Case, and copy of A letter to I.F. Stone about the Rosenberg case. v.p., 1953.
Box 66

re Guy Endore's candicacy for executive board of the Screen Writers' Guild.

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 66

Correspondence and notes regarding Wilson vs. Loew. v.p. 1957-1958

Physical Description: (25 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes Endore's notes regarding the loyalty oath, correspondence with committee members (Committee of 23), and summary of the case.
Box 66

Endore's notes re House Un-American Activities Commission (HUAC) and the blacklist. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (13 leaves, typescript, holograph)
Box 66

Correspondence re the blacklist, primarily from Endore to various persons

Box 66

Arens, Richard C., House Un-American Activities Committee. Los Angeles. June 28, 1958

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 66

Authors Guild, New York. v.p. 1952-1953

Physical Description: (2 items, with enclosure)
Box 66

Brackett, Charles. Hollywood. August 5, 1954

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 66

Burns, Hugh M. v.p. 1954

Physical Description: (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Letters to the California Legislative Committee on Un-American Activities with notes and drafts of letter.
Box 66

Chase, Borden. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 66

Cohn, Harry. Los Angeles. December 6, 1955

Physical Description: (1 item. Endore's typescript draft with corrections)
Box 66

Cohn, Sidney. Los Angeles. October 19, 1956

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 66

Doyle, Clyde. Los Angeles. April 3, 1953

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes carbon copy.
Box 66

The Eagle. (Dear Mrs. Bass). n.p. undated

Physical Description: (5pp., typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

A draft (?) but signed by Endore on p.5.
Box 66

Hollywood Reporter. Los Angeles. August 26, 1952

Physical Description: (1 item. With clipping attached)
Box 66

Hollywood Ten. Open letter. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (6pp.)

Scope and Content Note

“H'wd 10, (November 11)”
Box 66

Kahane, Ben. Los Angeles. 1955-56

Physical Description: (3 items
Box 66

Knaupf, David M. v.p. 1962

Physical Description: (4 items)
Box 66

Los Angeles Times. 1953-1954

Physical Description: (6 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes clipping, draft and another copy of Endore's letter to the Times.
Box 66

McWilliams, Carey. v.p. 1957

Physical Description: (4 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes Endore's drafts.
Box 66

Margolis, Ben. Los Angeles. 1952-1956

Physical Description: (9 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes drafts of letters, copy of retainer agreement, questionnaire regarding the 1952 Hollywood Blacklist case and Endore's responses
Box 66

New York Times. 1954

Physical Description: (5 items)

Scope and Content Note

Includes Endore's letter (March 13, 1954), another copy, and drafts of statements intended for the New York Times(?).
Box 66

Poe, Elizabeth. n.p. 1954-1955

Physical Description: (4 items)
Box 66

Schary, Dore. n.p. 1952

Physical Description: (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Endore's draft letter to Schary with clipping.
Box 66

Screen Writers' Guild Los Angeles. 1954

Physical Description: (3 items)
Box 66

Stark, Ray. n.p. 1957

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 66

Stillman, David. n.p. 1958

Physical Description: (12 items)
Box 66

Teachers Defense Committee. n.p. 1954

Physical Description: (7 items)
Box 66

Trumbo, Dalton. 1956-1957

Physical Description: (2 items)

Scope and Content Note

Trumbo's letter of December 30, 1956 to Endore regarding a previous discussion about the blacklist. With Endore's reply.
Box 66

U.S. Department of State. 1957

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 66

Uris, Micky and Dorothy. 1957

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 66

Walter, Francis E. 1958

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 66

Welch, Joseph. 1957

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 66

Wheeler, Bill. 1958

Physical Description: (1 item)
 

[Misacellaneous] Ephemera Files

Scope and Content Note

Included are newsclippings, advertisements, publications, reviews, and other material.
Box 67

Casanova.

Physical Description: (82 items)
Box 67

re Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (17 items)
Box 67

Los Angeles murders.

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 67

Mad love.

Physical Description: (13 items)
Box 67

The man from limbo.

Physical Description: (7 items)
Box 67

The man that was Shakespeare.

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 67

Mark of the vampire.

Physical Description: (15 items)
Box 68

Miscellaneous.

Physical Description: (17 items)
Box 68

Murder by the dozen (What Can a Man Want).

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 68

Sleepy Lagoon.

Physical Description: (16 items)
Box 68, Folder 2

Editorial : Youthful gang secrets exposed : young hoodlums smoke 'reefers,' tattoo girls and plot robberies; in Los Angeles Times 1944 July 16

Box 68, Folder 2

Mexicans have found American champions; in Globe and Mail 1944 September 11

Author: McAree, John Verner
Box 68, Folder 2

Sleepy Lagoon : name of song has become national disgrace, novelist says 1944

Author: Endore, S. Guy, 1901-1970

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper (not indicated in clipping) reprint of Guy Endore's speech given on the Al Jarvis radio show, KFWB.
Box 68, Folder 2

Attorneys demand release of Sleepy Lagoon youths 1944 October

Scope and Content Note

With the reversal of the convictions in the Appellate Court, the defendants' attorneys press for their clients immediate release.
Box 68, Folder 2

Conviction of 12 reversed in Sleepy Lagoon murder : evidence too weak for guilty verdict, Appeal Court says 1944 October

Note

Newspaper clipping; no indication of date or from which newspaper.
Box 68

Song of Russia.

Physical Description: (5 items)
Box 68

The Sword of God.

Physical Description: (4 items)
Box 68

Translations by Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 68

Vampires of Prague.

Physical Description: (4 items)
Flat Box 69*

Scrapbook. 1929-1934

Physical Description: (1 item)

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed To Henrietta P. Endore from S. Guy Endore on front pastedown.
Includes reviews of the following books by Guy Endore, as well as book reviews by him:
  • - New American Caravan.
  • - Casanova.
  • - The man from Limbo.
  • - Sword of God: Jeanne d'Arc.
  • - Werewolf of Paris.
  • - Babouk.
 

Material re the Kennedy Assassination and the Warren Commission Report

Box 70

Manuscript material by Guy Endore regarding the Warren Commission Report. n.p. undated

Physical Description: (7 leaves, typescript with holograph corrections and 7pp., mimeograph)

Scope and Content Note

With this: transcript of broadcast by Jim Garrison, November 1967, with cover letter.
Box 70-71

Ephemera collected by Guy Endore re the Kennedy assassination and the Warren Commission Report

Box 70

Book Week. New York.

Physical Description: 2 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.3 no.46), July 24, 1966
  • (vol.3 no.51), August 28, 1966
Box 70

Commentary. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.44 no.1), July 1967
Box 70

Critical Reactions to the Warren Report. New York: Marzani & Munsell. 1964

Physical Description: (65pp., 1 item)
Box 70

Daily Variety. Hollywood.

Physical Description: 3 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.116 no.16), June 27, 1967
  • (vol.136 no.17), June 28, 1967
  • (vol.136 no.18), June 29, 1967
Box 70

Fact. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.3 no.6), November-December 1966
Box 70

Frontier. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.17, no.12), October 1966
Box 70

Historia. Milan.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.37 no.216), November 1964
Box 70

I.F. Stone's Weekly. Washington, D.C.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.15 no.2), January 16, 1967
Box 70

Ladies' Home Journal. Philadelphia.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.84 no.3), March 1967
Box 70

Liberation. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.11 no.7), October 1966
Box 70

LIFE. New York.

Physical Description: 3 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.59 no.9), August 27, 1965
  • (vol.61 no.22), November 25, 1966
  • (vol.63 no.21), November 24, 1967
Box 70

Look. New York.

Physical Description: 4 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.28 no.23), November 17, 1964
  • (vol.30 no.14), July 12, 1966
  • (vol.31 no.2), January 24, 1967
  • (vol.31 no.3), February 7, 1967
Box 70

Look. New York.

Physical Description: 4 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.31 no.4), February 21, 1967
  • (vol.31 no.5), March 7, 1967
  • (vol.31 no.21), October 17, 1967
  • (vol.31 no.13), June 25, 1968
Box 70

Los Angeles Free Press. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 2 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (Issue 175, vol.4 no.47), November 24-December 1, 1967
  • (Issue 179, vol.4 no.51), December 22-28, 1967
Box 71

Minority of One. Passaic, New Jersey.

Physical Description: (8 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.8 no.3), March 1966
  • (vol.8 no.7-8), July-August 1966
  • (vol.8 no.9), September 1966
  • (vol.8 no.10), October 1966
  • (vol.8 no.11), November 1966
  • (vol.8 no.12), December 1966
  • (vol.9 no.12), December 1967
  • (vol.10 no.9), September 1968
Box 71

The Nation. New York.

Physical Description: 4 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.202 no.24), June 13, 1966
  • (vol.202 no.25), June 20, 1966
  • (vol.203 no.2), July 11, 1966
  • (vol.204 no.16), April 17, 1967
Box 71

National Guardian. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • undated Special issue
Box 71

New York Review of Books. New York.

Physical Description: 2 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.7 no.1), July 28, 1966
  • (vol.9 no.4), September 14, 1967
Box 71

Paris Match. Paris.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (no.920), November 26, 1966
Box 71

Playboy. Chicago.

Physical Description: 2 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.14 no.2), February 1967
  • (vol.14 no.10), October 1967
Box 71

Ramparts. San Francisco.

Physical Description: 2 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.5 no.7), January 1967
  • (vol.6 no.6), January 1968
Box 71

The Realist. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (no.69), September 1966
Box 71

Saturday Evening Post. Philadelphia.

Physical Description: 3 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.240 no.1), January 14, 1967
  • (vol.240 no.5), March 11, 1967
  • (vol.240 no.24), December 2, 1967
Box 71

Saturday Review. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • January 21, 1967
Box 71

Time. New York.

Physical Description: 1 item:

Scope and Content Note

  • (vol.88 no.12), September 16, 1966
Box 71

West. Los Angeles.

Physical Description: 2 items:

Scope and Content Note

  • November 27, 1966
  • December 4, 1966
Box 71

Clippings.

Physical Description: (16 items)
 

Guy Endore's Participation for the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee

Box 83, Folder 1

Clippings.

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 83, Folder 1

Aid to Sleepy Lagoon boys : Mexican Consul lauds 'Good Neighbor' work 1944

Scope and Content Note

Mexican Consul General Vicente Peralta lauds Carey McWilliams and the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee for their work on behalf of the Sleepy Lagoon defendants.
Box 83, Folder 1

Defense praised : General Cardenas hails Sleepy Lagoon Committee 1944 August 24

Scope and Content Note

Cárdenas, Secretary of National Defense and former president of Mexico, praises the work of the Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee.
Name of newspaper not indicated.
Box 83, Folder 3

Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee.

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 83, Folder 3

Endore's note.

Physical Description: (1p., holograph)
Box 83, Folder 3

Membership list.

Physical Description: (5pp., typescript carbon)
Box 83, Folder 4

re dismissal of the case. By Guy Endore(?). Los Angeles. 1944

Physical Description: (4pp., typescript carbon)
Box 83, Folder 6

Endore, Guy. “Sleepy Lagoon boys are pronounced innocent.” Los Angeles. 1944

Physical Description: (5pp., typescript with holograph corrections)

Scope and Content Note

Draft for Endore's pamphlet, Sleepy Lagoon... Victory For Democracy (Los Angeles: Sleepy Lagoon Defense Committee, 1944). Utilizing extensive quotes from Alice McGrath's letter of October 25, 1944. This was expanded, revised, and quotations were deleted from the published version.
Box 83, Folder 6

Sleepy Lagoon boys are pronounced innocent (draft) 1944 October

Scope and Content Note

Endore writes of the successful appeal of the convictions in the Sleepy Lagoon trial. He particularly points out the findings of Appellate Court Judge Thomas P. White that Judge Fricke, the Sleepy Lagoon trial presiding judge, had denied the defendants a fair trial through his rulings.
Box 83, Folder 7

Isserman, Abraham J.

Physical Description: (3 items)
Box 83, Folder 7

Letter to Guy Endore. April 26, 1944

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 83, Folder 7

Letter to Lev Gleason, Gleason Publications, New York. April 17, 1944

Physical Description: (1 item. Typescript carbon)
Box 83, Folder 8

McGrath, Alice. Letters to Guy Endore.

Physical Description: (4 items)
Box 83, Folder 8

July 3, 1944.

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 83, Folder 8

July 7, 1944.

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 83, Folder 8

August 1, 1944.

Physical Description: (1 item)
Box 83, Folder 8

Letter, 1944 October 25, Los Angeles, California to Guy Endore 1944 October 25

Physical Description: (1 item: 3pp., typed letter signed)

Scope and Content Note

With detailed account of dismissal of the Sleepy Lagoon case.
Alice recounts the events of the defendants release from jail.
Box 83, Folder 9

Sleepy Lagoon defendants. Letter, 1944 July 23, to Mr. Guy Endore 1944 July 23

Physical Description: (1 item: 2pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Letter thanks Endore for all of his help in their defense, especially for writing "The Sleepy Lagoon Mystery". Signed: The Sleepy Lagoon Defendants.
 

Books from the Library of Guy Endore

Box 33-35

Books from Guy Endore's library, all re Balzac

Box 33

12 volumes

Box 34

9 volumes

Box 35

9 volumes

Box 36-38

Miscellaneous books from the library of Guy Endore

Box 36

10 volumes

Box 37

15 volumes

Box 38

12 volumes

Box 83

Gover, Robert. The Portable Walter. From The Prose And Poetry Of Walter Lowenfels. New York: International Publishers. 1968

Physical Description: (160pp. Paperback)

Scope and Content Note

Inscription from Walter Lowenfels on half-title page.
Box 83

Endore, Guy. Voltaire! Voltaire! New York: Simon and Schuster. 1961

Physical Description: (507pp. Paperback. Lacking cover)

Scope and Content Note

This copy has been edited by Guy Endore for the London edition (W.H. Allen, 1962). Portions of the text have been deleted, chapters renumbered, and a few additions have been made.
Box 83

Sanford, John. The People From Heaven. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. 1943

Physical Description: (232pp. With dustjacket)

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed by the author on front flyleaf.
Box 83

Caspary, Vera. The Weeping And The Laughter. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1950

Physical Description: (301pp. Lacking dustjacket)

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed by the author on flyleaf following title page.
Box 83

Bessie, Alvah. Bread And A Stone. New York: Modern Age Books. 1941

Physical Description: (346pp. Lacking dustjacket)

Scope and Content Note

Inscribed by the author on the title page.
 

Legal Documents 1923-1956

Box 83

Includes Seaman's Certificate of American Citizenship. May 25, 1923

Physical Description: (7 items)
 

War Service 1942

Box 83

Correspondence and documents re Endore's applications for service in the First Motion Picture Unit and Office of Strategic Services.

Physical Description: (18 items)
 

Correspondence

Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.
Box 72

A - Be.

Scope and Content Note

  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Southern California
  • American Federation of Labor-Committee for Industrial Organization (AFL-CIO). Industrial Union Department. Washington, D.C.
  • Abbott, Richard.
  • Abel (Richard) & Company Portland, Oregon.
  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Hollywood, California
  • Adams & Company, Limited Florence, Italy.
  • Adler, Stella.
  • Adler, Steve.
  • Agins, J.
  • Albert, Chas. d'
  • Aline Marie, Sister.
  • Allen (W.H.) & Company London.
  • Amat, Jean-Marie d'.
  • American Friends Service Committee. Pasadena, California
  • American Museum of Natural History. New York.
  • American Printing House for the Blind. Louisville, Kentucky.
  • American Society for Psychical Research, Incorporated New York.
  • Ames, Elizabeth.
  • Ansen, Joseph.
  • Anti-Imperialist League. New York.
  • Apotheker, Nan.
  • Arbeiter. New York.
  • Arens, Egmont.
  • Arnold, Edward. (Publishers) Limited London.
  • Arnold, Aerol & Anna (Bing).
  • Arnold, P.M.
  • Arthur, Robert.
  • Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Incorporated Washington, D.C.
  • Atlanta University. Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Authors Guild of the Authors League of America, Incorporated New York.
  • Bachrach, David J.
  • Baeck (Leo) Temple. Los Angeles.
  • Baker, Mary.
  • Ball, Dianne.
  • Baltzer, Alvin W.
  • Bank for Foreign Trade U.S.S.R. Moscow.
  • Bank of America. Burbank, California
  • Bank of Canada. Montreal.
  • Bar-David Literary Agency. Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • Barbe, Muriel Culp.
  • Barlin, Paul and Anna.
  • Barneveld (van) & Ellis Public Relations. Santa Ana, California
  • Barnsdall, Aline.
  • Barquet, Nicolas.
  • Barry, Ada.
  • Barry, Frederick E.
  • Barzman, Ben and Norma.
  • Bautzer & Grant. Beverly Hills, California
  • Bazelis, Robert.
  • Becker, Florence.
  • Beebe, Lucius
  • Beerman, Leonard I.
  • Behr, Nicholas.
  • Behrman (H.J. & M.H.) Company. New York.
  • Behrman, Jane.
  • Behrstock, Albert.
  • Belfrage, Cedric & Mary.
  • Belt, Elmer.
  • Benacenaf, Mersedes Herrera de.
  • Benedict, Laszlo.
  • Bengal, Ben.
  • Bentley, Eric.
  • Benzion, Alexander.
  • Berckmans, Fr.
  • Bercovici, Leonardo.
  • Bercovici, Rion.
  • Berghoff, Emanuel.
  • Bernstein, Hazel Moore.
  • Bessie, Alvah & Mary.
  • Bessie, Alvah and Sylviane.
  • Besterman, Theodore.
  • Beverly Hills, California City Hall.
Box 73

Bi - Cl.

Scope and Content Note

  • Biberman, Herbert.
  • Billings, Warren K.
  • Bishop, Paul Byron.
  • Bister, John.
  • Black, Helen.
  • Blanke, Henry.
  • Blennerhasset, L.J.
  • Blodgett, E. Wright.
  • Blue Ribbon Books. New York.
  • Blumenthal, William R.
  • Bobbs Merrill Company Incorporated Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Bodeen, DeWitt.
  • Bohli, Marcel.
  • Book Find Club. New York.
  • Book and Authors Club. Hollywood.
  • Book of the Month Club. New York.
  • Books Abroad. Norman, Oklahoma.
  • Booth, Charles G.
  • Borgese, Elisabeth Mann.
  • Borsodi, Mr.
  • Boston University. Boston, Massachusetts
  • Bottiglia, William F.
  • Boucher, Anthony.
  • Boullet, Jean.
  • Bradbury, Ray.
  • Branch, Melville.
  • Brand, Millen.
  • Brandeis University. Waltham, Massachusetts.
  • Braus, Mort and Ann.
  • Braverman, Harry & Sylvia.
  • Brenner, Anita.
  • Britten, Onetamae.
  • Broffman, Joseph V.
  • Bronston (Samuel) Productions Limited London.
  • Bronston, Sam.
  • Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.
  • Brown, Alfred.
  • Brown, George and Allen.
  • Brown, Phil.
  • Buchman, Sidney.
  • Burroughs, Steve.
  • Burton, Val.
  • Calderone, Mary S.
  • California Citizens' Committee on Mental Hygiene Incorporated Los Angeles.
  • California Librarian. Pasadena, California.
  • Cameron, Angus.
  • Carlyle House, Publishers. New York.
  • Casanova. Booksellers and Importers. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Casey, Walter T.
  • Castagna, Mr.
  • Casterline, Sarah.
  • Cator, Sylvia P.
  • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Santa Barbara.
  • Cesana, Anne.
  • Chalfant, W.A.
  • Chambers, Whittaker.
  • Chambrun (Jacques), Incorporated New York.
  • Chapman, Marista.
  • Charwat, Halina.
  • Chernoff, Howard L.
  • Chicago Jewish Forum. Chicago.
  • Children's Book Council. New York.
  • Childs, J. Rives.
  • Churchill, Judith Chase.
  • Clairmonte, Glenn.
  • Clarke, Mary.
  • Clasen, H.E.
  • Clune, Frank
Box 74

Co - Far.

Scope and Content Note

  • Colbron, Grace Israel.
  • Collier's. New York.
  • Colman, Louis.
  • Colombian Steamship Company. New York.
  • Columbia University. New York.
  • Companhia Editora Nacional. Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • Cortez, Ruben.
  • Corwin, Norman.
  • Costain, Thomas B.
  • Council of Jewish Students. Los Angeles.
  • Covici, Pascal.
  • Crichton, Kyle.
  • Critchley, MacDonald.
  • Crowley, Francis J.
  • Crown Publishers, Incorporated New York.
  • Curtis-Brown Limited New York.
  • Daily News. Los Angeles.
  • Darneal, W.H.
  • Dartiquenave, Lys.
  • Day (John) Company, Incorporated, Publishers. New York.
  • Dekoven, Daniel (4 folders)
  • Deutsch, Albert.
  • Deutsche Zentralbuchhandlung. New York.
  • Dial Press. New York.
  • Dick, Hugh.
  • Diehl, Valida and Harry.
  • Dimitroff, James Stephan.
  • Discussion Unlimited. Los Angeles.
  • Dock, George.
  • Doubleday & Company Incorporated New York.
  • Doubleday & Company, Incorporated, Publishers. New York.
  • Douglas, Kirk.
  • Dreher, Carl and Rose.
  • Dreiser, Theodore and Helen.
  • Dublin, Leda.
  • Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Incorporated New York.
  • Durant, Will.
  • Durante, Gustave.
  • Eames, Charles and Ray.
  • Ebenstein, Morris.
  • Edelman, Joseph.
  • Edmiston, Jim.
  • Eisenbach, Robert and Liz.
  • Eliasen, Sara H.
  • Ellis, Laura M.
  • Endore, Mark.
  • Equitable Life Assurance. Los Angeles.
  • Esquire. New York.
  • Etc. Mill Valley, California.
  • Evans, Berger.
  • Evans, Eve.
  • Evans, Ray.
  • Exiled Writers Committee. New York.
  • Fadiman, Clifton.
  • Fadiman, William.
  • Fanelli, Henry C.
  • Fantl, Kurt.
  • Farrart & Rinehart, Incorporated. New York
Box 75

Fas - Ing.

Scope and Content Note

  • Fassen, Neal.
  • Fellowship of Reconciliation. Nyack, New York.
  • Feuchtwanger, Marta.
  • Finkelpearl, Henry.
  • Fireman's Fund. Santa Ana, California.
  • First Unitarian Church. Los Angeles.
  • Flamm, Irving H.
  • Fleischer, Richard and Mickey.
  • Florence, White.
  • Flower, Desmond.
  • Foreign publishers. (Not England).
  • Fortune. New York.
  • Fox, James M.
  • Freedomways. New York.
  • Freund, Karl.
  • Friedberg, A.S.
  • Friedman, Lawrence J.
  • Fritchman, Stephen H.
  • Frontier. Los Angeles.
  • Frye, Peter.
  • Fuller, Lester.
  • Gaer, Joseph.
  • Gassner, John.
  • Geffen, Harold David.
  • George, George L. and Elaine.
  • Gian-Cursio, Christopher.
  • Gideons International. Chicago.
  • Glidden, Mary.
  • Goldfarb, Robert.
  • Goldstein (Sam S.) Industries Incorporated
  • Goldstone (Nat C.) Agency.
  • Gomberg, Sy.
  • Goodwin, Ruby Berkeley.
  • Gordon, Arthur.
  • Gordon, Bernard.
  • Gordon, Don and Henrie.
  • Gordon, Eugene.
  • Gow, Olga.
  • Grafton, Samuel.
  • Granoff, Vladimir.
  • Grant, Harry.
  • Graziotte, Ugo Adriano.
  • Greenberg: Publisher. New York.
  • Greenson, Diana.
  • Greenwood Reprint Corporation. New York.
  • Griesbach, George A.
  • Griffith, Beatrice.
  • Grudin, Morris.
  • Hacker Foundation. Beverly Hills, California.
  • Hackett, Frances and Albert.
  • Halevy, Julian.
  • Hall (W.F.) Printing Company Chicago, Illinois
  • Halliday, Richard.
  • Hammond, Emmy.
  • Hand, Wayland D.
  • Hannagan (Steve) Publicity. Hollywood and New York.
  • Harburg, E. Y.
  • Harmon, Sidney.
  • Harper & Brothers. New York.
  • Harper & Row, Publishers. New York.
  • Harrison, Sally.
  • Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Boston, Massachusetts
  • Hauptfinanzamf fuer Erbschaftsteuer und Verkehrsteurern. Berlin.
  • Hayakawa Shobo. Tokyo.
  • Hayes, Margot.
  • Heeckeren (M. & C.) D'Anthes De.
  • Herskovits, Melville J.
  • Hicks, Granville.
  • Hillel Council. Los Angeles.
  • Hinden, R.
  • Hofeld, Lorraine.
  • Hoffman, Calvin.
  • Holiday. New York.
  • Holland, Vyvyan.
  • Hollywood Reporter. Hollywood.
  • Hollywood Writers' Mobilization. Hollywood.
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Incorporated New York.
  • Howard, Cy.
  • Howe, Sanora Babb.
  • Howson, Mr.
  • Huebsch, Beatrice Huebsch.
  • Hughes, Langston.
  • Inge, William
Box 76

Ins - Kuh.

Scope and Content Note

  • Institut et Musee Voltaire. Geneve.
  • Institute for Philosophical Research. San Francis Company
  • Inter Books Incorporated New York.
  • International Relief Association Incorporated New York.
  • Irvine, Gladys.
  • Isaacs, Elsie Gold.
  • Israel, Jerry.
  • Ives, Helen.
  • Jackell, Liz.
  • Jacobs, Irving. L.
  • Jacobs, Lewis.
  • Jaffe (Sam) Agency with Mary Baker. Hollywood.
  • Jarvis, Al.
  • Jelliffe, Belinda.
  • Jenson, Ana and Lee[?]
  • Jewish Agency. Jerusalem.
  • Johnson, L.F.A.
  • Jones, John T.
  • Jones, Proctor.
  • Josephson, Matthew.
  • Judge. n.p. (magazine).
  • Kahn, Gordon and Barbara.
  • Kainz, Franz and Gretl.
  • Kantor, James R. K.
  • Kaplan, Abbott and Bea.
  • Kaplan, Bernard.
  • Kaplanski, Boris.
  • Kartyshai, Robert.
  • Karzmar, Leonard.
  • Katz, Charles and Vesta.
  • Katz, Charles.
  • Katz, Otto and Ilse.
  • Kauer, Valerie.
  • Kaufman, A.
  • Kaufman, Louis and Annette.
  • Kaufman, Milton.
  • Keats, Mark.
  • Keller, Helen.
  • Kempner, Alex.
  • Kendall (Claude). Publisher. New York.
  • King Brothers Productions. Los Angeles.
  • Kirstein, Elinor.
  • Kisch, Egon Erwin.
  • Klein, Arnold.
  • Klein, Herbert Arthur.
  • Kline, Herbert.
  • Klonsky, Bob.
  • Knittel, Robert.
  • Knopf (Afred A.), Incorporated New York.
  • Knudsen, Vern and Florence.
  • Kropotkin, Alexanra.
  • Kruif, Paul de.
  • Kuhn, Franz
Box 77

Lac - Met.

Scope and Content Note

  • Laclos, Michel.
  • Ladies' Home Journal. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Landon, Joe.
  • Larsson, Kerstin.
  • Larsson, R.E.K.
  • Lasky, Bessie.
  • Last Word. New York.
  • Lattimore, Owen.
  • League of American Writers. n.p.
  • League of Struggle for Negro Rights. New York.
  • Lees, Jean.
  • Leman, Janne and Anne.
  • Levy, Ernest.
  • Lewin, Albert.
  • Ley, Willy, Olga and Sandra.
  • Librairie Delamain & Boutelleau. Paris.
  • Librairie Georges Cres & Cie. Paris.
  • Library of Congress. Washington, D.C.
  • Lichtig-Englander, Agency. Hollywood, California
  • Lieker, Herbert.
  • Life. New York.
  • Limited Editions Club. New York.
  • Linder, Eugene.
  • Literary Clipping Service.
  • Loeb and Loeb. Los Angeles.
  • Loewen, M. (Sanni) and Kathe.
  • Lomax, Louis E.
  • Long, Haniel.
  • Longstaff, Alex.
  • Loomis, Battell.
  • Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association. Los Angeles.
  • Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles.
  • Los Angeles. Office of Price Administration.
  • Louisiana State University Press. Baton Rouge, La.
  • Lowenfels, Walter and Lillian.
  • Lubin, Ronald A. and Shulamith.
  • Lundberg, Dan.
  • MD. New York.
  • MGA Incorporated New York.
  • Mabbott, Thomas O.
  • MacDonald, Andrew.
  • Macy, Helen.
  • Magazine of Fantasy. New York.
  • Magidoff, Isidor.
  • Magidoff, Robert.
  • Mainstream. New York.
  • Malkine, Fern.
  • Maltz, Albert.
  • Maltz, Harry.
  • Maltz, Maxwell.
  • Manas. Los Angeles.
  • Mann, Thomas.
  • Margolis, Ben.
  • Marian, Paul.
  • Marks, Richard Lee.
  • Marmelzat, Willard Lee.
  • Marmor, Judd.
  • Marti-Ibanez, Felix.
  • Martin, Jay.
  • Martin, Liberty.
  • Marton (George) Plays.
  • Marz, Zeppo.
  • Mason, Pamela.
  • Mate, Mrs.
  • Maxon, Constance M.
  • McClellan, Don.
  • McComas, J. Francis.
  • McEachen, James.
  • McFarland, Jeannette.
  • McKay (David) Company, Incorporated New York.
  • McTernan, John T.
  • McWilliams, Carey.
  • Medlock, Julie.
  • Meltcalfe, Evelyn Scott.
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures. Culver City, California
  • Metz, Jules
Box 78

Mic - Ran.

Scope and Content Note

  • Michel, Joe
  • Milburn, George & Vivien
  • Miller, Gail C.
  • Miller, Lee
  • Miller, Loren
  • Miller, Louis
  • Mindlin, Eugene and Martha
  • Mischel, Florence
  • Mitchell, Norma
  • Mittler, Leo
  • Modesto, Zapata
  • Monaster, Nate
  • Monthly Review. New York
  • Morales, Henry
  • Morley, Sophia
  • Morris (William) Agency, Incorporated Beverly Hills, California
  • Morris, Ruth
  • Morris, William and Elizabeth
  • Morrison, Lester
  • Mosk, Edward
  • Mostel, Zero
  • Motion Picture Relief Fund. Hollywood, California
  • Mumford, Lewis
  • Muni, Paul
  • Mystery Writers of America, Incorporated New York
  • Nation. New York
  • Needham, Wilbur
  • New Jersey. State Board of Health
  • New Masses. New York
  • New Republic. New York
  • New Theatre League. New York
  • New York Evening Post. New York
  • New York Herald Tribune. New York
  • New York Times Book Review. New York
  • News. Dallas, Texas
  • Newsweek. New York
  • Nichols, Dudley
  • Nolan, Edward D.
  • Norman, Charles
  • Norman, Theodore and Ruth
  • North, Joe
  • Oberdorfer, Richard
  • Ohio Superstitutions Project. Western Reserve University. Cleveland
  • Ornitz, Sam and Sadie
  • Overseas News Agency, Incorporated New York
  • Pacific Coast Claim Adjusters. Los Angeles
  • Pacifica Foundation. Berkeley and Los Angeles
  • Paramount Pictures Incorporated Hollywood, California
  • Pasternak, Joseph
  • Pattee, Richard
  • Payot. Paris
  • Pearce, Charles A.
  • People's World. n.p.
  • Perkins, Cliff
  • Phillips, Gifford
  • Pickwick Bookshops. Hollywood, California
  • Pierpont Morgan Library. New York
  • Polonsky, Abraham and Sylvia
  • Pomerance, Bill
  • Pratt, Gerald H.
  • Preminger, Ingo
  • Presence du Cinema. Paris
  • Presnell, Robert
  • Producer-Writers Guild of America Pension Plan. Los Angeles
  • Progressive Citizens of America. Southern California Chapter. Hollywood
  • Protestant Chaplaincy of Bellevue Hospital. New York
  • Putnam's (G.P.) Sons. New York
  • RKO Radio Pictures, Incorporated Los Angeles
  • Radin, Doris
  • Radovic, Ljerka
  • Rady, Lillian
  • Rains, Claude
  • Random House. New York
Box 79

Rea - Simm.

Scope and Content Note

  • Reader's Digest. New York
  • Register of Copyrights. Washington, D.C.
  • Reinhardt, Wolfgang
  • Reis (Bernard) & Company. New York
  • Renova, Anne
  • Reproductive Physiology Research and Training Center. Mexico City
  • Republic Productions, Incorporated North Hollywood, California
  • Resner, Herbert
  • Restaurant Associates, Incorporated New York
  • Resthaven, Incorporated Los Angeles
  • Reuben, William A.
  • Ribeiro, Luis Jose Bonito
  • Rigler, L.E.
  • Rinehart & Company, Incorporated New York
  • Rissient, Pierre
  • Roberson, Doris B.W.
  • Robinson, Edward G.
  • Roden, Jane
  • Rodgers, Belinda (Mrs. John)
  • Rolling, Marie
  • Rose Pastor Stokes Rest Home. New York
  • Rosenbloom, Samuel
  • Ross, James
  • Ross, Liebe
  • Rossen, Robert
  • Rotstein, Janet Stevenson
  • Roumain, Jacques
  • Rover Motor Company of North America, Limited South San Francisco, California
  • Ruben, Albert
  • Ruby, Harry
  • Russell, Thomas
  • Sainte Colombe, Paul de
  • Salt, Waldo
  • Samoussoud, Clara Clemens
  • Sanford, John
  • Santana Pictures. Hollywood
  • Saturday Evening Post. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Saturday Review. New York
  • Schary, Dore
  • Schloss, Malcolm
  • Schneer, Jacob B.
  • Schneider, Isidor
  • Schwartz, Hanns
  • Schwartz, Howard
  • Science & Society. New York
  • Scott, Thurston
  • Screen Writers' Guild. Hollywood, California
  • Seabrook, William
  • Segal, Allen M.
  • Selden, Mr.
  • Seltzer, Adele Szold
  • Sesit, Myron
  • Seven Arts Associated Corporation New York
  • Seven Seas Books. Berlin
  • Shallit, A.B.
  • Shapiro, Samuel S.
  • Shaw, Barnett
  • Shelton, Herbert M.
  • Sherman, David E.
  • Sherman, Harold
  • Sherman, Solomon
  • Sieroty, Jean
  • Silvers, Maurice
  • Simmel, Ernest
  • Skadron, Bernard
  • Sklar, George
  • Sklar, Zachary
  • Sloan, N.P.
Box 80

Smi - Vos.

Scope and Content Note

  • Smirnoff, Victor
  • Smith, Francis
  • Smith, Hal
  • Smith, Henry Nash
  • Smith, Jack
  • Smith, John and Lucille
  • Smith, Lillian
  • Solomon, Lou and Wilma
  • Sophian, Minna
  • Spencer, D.A.
  • Spingarn, Lawrence P.
  • Stark, Ray
  • Steele, Joseph Henry
  • Steinmetz, Fred H.
  • Sterling, Wallace
  • Stern, Virginia
  • Steuben, Fritzie
  • Stevenson, Janet M.
  • Stewart, Rosalie
  • Stillman, David
  • Stoller, A.L.
  • Stoller, M.
  • Stoller, Robert
  • Stone, I.F.
  • Stone, Leo
  • Stranger, Lynn
  • Strawn, Arthur
  • Studies on the Left. Madison, Wisconsin
  • Sullivan, Edward S.
  • Sun. New York
  • Sussman, Aaron
  • Taggard, Genevieve
  • Tarchetti, Lucille Ostrow
  • Time. New York
  • Tiomkin, Dimitri
  • Titelman, Leonard and Lory
  • Tobey, Berkeley
  • Toch, Lily
  • Today's Woman. New York
  • Tolnai, B.
  • Trivas, Victor,
  • Trumbo, Dalton
  • Tsei, Loh
  • Turkson, Y.B.
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. Beverly Hills, California
  • U.S. Consul General. Stuttgart
  • U.S.S.R. Consul General. Washington, D.C.
  • United French Publishers. Paris and New York
  • Universal Studios. Universal City, California
  • University of California, Berkeley. Extension
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Library
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Library
  • University of California, Los Angeles. Office of the Chancellor
  • University of California, Los angeles. Extension
  • University of California. School of Library Science
  • University of Chicago Library. Chicago
  • University of Judaism. Los Angeles
  • University of Massachusetts. Amherst
  • University of Texas, Austin. Department of Sociology
  • Valenti, Jack
  • Valli, Jake and Shirley
  • Van Veen, Stuyvesant
  • Vanguard. Los Angeles
  • Vargha, Marila K.
  • Venable, Emerson
  • Verde Valley School. Sedona, Arizona
  • Veritas Film. Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Village Voice. New York
  • Vorhaus, Bernard
  • Vosper, Robert
Box 81

Wac - Zab.

Scope and Content Note

  • Wachsman (R.A.) Company Oxnard, California
  • Wachsman, Rhea
  • Wallace, William
  • Walsh, Donald E.
  • Walter, Mildred
  • Wanger (Walter) Productions, Incorporated Hollywood, California
  • Warfel, Harry
  • Warner Brothers. Burbank, California
  • Warren, Hamilton
  • Warren, Leon H.
  • Watkins (Ann), Incorporated New York
  • Watson, Douglas
  • Wayne, June
  • Weddell, J.P.
  • Weiner, Joseph
  • Weiss, Walter A.
  • Wellcome Historial Medical Museum. London
  • Welton, Elise
  • Wertenbaker, Charles
  • Westside Jewish Community Center. Los Angeles
  • Wexley, John
  • White, Morris and Irene
  • Whittlesley House. San Francisco and New York
  • Wibberley, Leonard
  • Wiener, Lily
  • Wilkinson, Laurence and Louise
  • Willey, Robert A.
  • Wills, Margaret Bennett
  • Winter, Ella Stewart
  • With, Gerda
  • Wollheim, Donald A.
  • Women Strike for Peace. Los Angeles
  • Worthing, John
  • Wright, Ernest
  • Writers Guild of America, West, Incorporated Los Angeles
  • Y.W.C.A. New York
  • Yale University. New Haven, Connecticut
  • Young & Rubicam, Incorporated, Hollywood
  • Young, Elizabeth (Mrs. Nedrick)
  • Young, Jack
  • Zablodowsky, David and Gen
Box 82

Zei - .

Scope and Content Note

  • Zeiler, Floria
  • Zeitlin, Jake
  • Zeligs, Meyer A.
  • Zemach, Benjamin
 

[Miscellaneous] Correspondence

Box 74

Malcolm, Cowley

Box 76

Indiana University. Bloomington, Indiana

Box 77

Mogensen, Carol Warren

Box 79

St. Martin's Press. New York

Box 80

Willner (George) Associates Agency. New York

Box 82

Unidentified.

Physical Description: (5 folders)
Box 84

Decker, Rubin

Box 85

[Miscellaneous].

Scope and Content Note

  • Ellis, Robert
  • Endore, Celia (2 folders)
  • Endore, Gita
Box 86

[Miscellaneous].

Scope and Content Note

  • Endore, Marcia
  • Endore, Mark and Gita
  • Robin, Eva
  • Stollers, Adelyn
Box 87

[Miscellaneous].

Scope and Content Note

  • Contracts
  • Cooper (Frank) Associates Agency, Incorporated New York and Hollywood
  • Cooper - Goldfarb - Jaffe
  • Curtis Publishing Company Philadelphia
  • Doff, Jerome L.
  • Duell, Charles
  • Faragoh, Francis and Elizabeth
  • Fonda, Henry
  • Gollancz (Victor) Limited London
  • Little, Brown and Company. Boston
  • Royalty statements
Box 88

Simon and Schuster, Incorporated. New York. 1936, 1955-1964

Box 88

Vanguard Press. New York

Box 89

[Miscellaneous].

Scope and Content Note

  • Fleishman, Stanley
  • Watkins (Ann), Incorporated New York
  • Western Printing and Lithographing Company Racine, Wisconsin Ben-Hur
  • Western Printing and Lithographing Company Racine, Wisconsin Frank Taylor
Box 81, 89-90

Fles, Barthold. 1949-1970

Box 81

1969-1970.

Box 89

1949-1954.

Box 90

1955-1968.